Reflection: Joy Left Foot, Right Foot, Let's Learn to Write Foot - Section 1: Hook


Sometimes we do things just for the fun of it!  It had been a very long winter and we just needed to get silly.  We have had very little recess this winter, so it was nice to get up and move around, but also to do so by "breaking the rules" a bit--that is, walking around the classroom in our stocking feet.  By giving the children a little freedom, I was able to get their attention in a different way.  Children that would not pay attention were the ones that would have to put their shoes back on, and nobody wanted to do that!

  Footloose and Fancy Free!
  Joy: Footloose and Fancy Free!
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Left Foot, Right Foot, Let's Learn to Write Foot

Unit 6: Word Work Use with Dr. Seuss
Lesson 10 of 14

Objective: SWBAT read basic sight words. Student Objective: I can step on footprints and practice my sight words.

Big Idea: Students need a variety of modalities for learning to read. This activity gives the children the "stepping stones" for practicing sight words.

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